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The Refugees

By Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

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Title: The Refugees  
Author: Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE MAN FROM AMERICA. It was the sort of window which was common in Paris about the end of the seventeenth century. It was high, mullioned, with a broad transom across the centre, and above the middle of the transom a tiny coat of arms?three caltrops gules upon a field argent?let into the diamond?paned glass. Outside there projected a stout iron rod, from which hung a gilded miniature of a bale of wool which swung and squeaked with every puff of wind. Beyond that again were the houses of the other side, high, narrow, and prim, slashed with diagonal wood?work in front, and topped with a bristle of sharp gables and corner turrets. Between were the cobble?stones of the Rue St. Martin and the clatter of innumerable feet.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Refugees, 1 -- Arthur Conan Doyle, 1 -- PART I. IN THE OLD WORLD, 2 -- Chapter I. THE MAN FROM AMERICA, 2 -- Chapter II. A MONARCH IN DESHABILLE, 6 -- Chapter III. THE HOLDING OF THE DOOR, 16 -- Chapter IV. THE FATHER OF HIS PEOPLE, 21 -- Chapter V. CHILDREN OF BELIAL, 26 -- Chapter VI. A HOUSE OF STRIFE, 32 -- Chapter VII. THE NEW WORLD AND THE OLD, 41 -- Chapter VIII. THE RISING SUN, 47 -- Chapter IX. LE ROI S'AMUSE, 50 -- Chapter X. AN ECLIPSE AT VERSAILLES, 58 -- Chapter XI. THE SUN REAPPEARS, 65 -- Chapter XII. THE KING RECEIVES, 71 -- Chapter XIII. THE KING HAS IDEAS, 78 -- Chapter XIV. THE LAST CARD, 81 -- Chapter XV. THE MIDNIGHT MISSION, 85 -- Chapter XVI. ?WHEN THE DEVIL DRIVES.?, 89 -- Chapter XVII. THE DUNGEON OF PORTILLAC, 93 -- Chapter XVIII. A NIGHT OF SURPRISES, 97 -- Chapter XIX. IN THE KING'S CABINET, 104 -- Chapter XX. THE TWO FRANCOISES, 110 -- Chapter XXI. THE MAN IN THE CALECHE, 116 -- Chapter XXII. THE SCAFFOLD OF PORTILLAC, 121 -- Chapter XXIII. THE FALL OF THE CATINATS, 124 -- PART II. IN THE NEW WORLD, 132 -- Chapter XXIV. THE START OF THE ?GOLDEN ROD.?, 132 -- Chapter XXV. A BOAT OF THE DEAD, 137 -- Chapter XXVI. THE LAST PORT, 141 -- Chapter XXVII. A DWINDLING ISLAND, 146 -- Chapter XXVIII. IN THE POOL OF QUEBEC, 148 -- Chapter XXIX. THE VOICE AT THE PORT?HOLE, 152 -- Chapter XXX. THE INLAND WATERS, 158 -- Chapter XXXI. THE HAIRLESS MAN, 161 -- Chapter XXXII. THE LORD OF SAINTE MARIE, 166 -- Chapter XXXIII. THE SLAYING OF BROWN MOOSE, 171 -- Chapter XXXIV. THE MEN OF BLOOD, 181 -- Chapter XXXV. THE TAPPING OF DEATH, 186 -- Chapter XXXVI. THE TAKING OF THE STOCKADE, 189 -- Chapter XXXVII. THE COMING OF THE FRIAR, 194 -- Chapter XXXVIII. THE DINING HALL OF SAINTE MARIE, 199 -- Chapter XXXIX. THE TWO SWIMMERS, 203 -- Chapter XL. THE END, 205 -- The Refugees -- i

 

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